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Full text of "Flora Indica Vol-I"

^                          FLOKA IN Die A.                                  265

10. C* elegans (Wall. Cat. 1435 !) ; caule debili, foliis radicalibus
longe petiolatis irregulariter ternati- v. pinnatisectis, pinuulis panels
petiolulatis amplis lobatis, scapo aphyllo v. 1-foliato, racemo 6-8-floro,
bracteis late obovato-lanceolatis acuminatis, floribus (in genere maxjmis)
calcare obtuso, petalo superiore cucullato dorso kte alato, ala secus
calcar products.

HAS. In Himalaya occidental! alpina : Kumaon, BlinhoortJi / alt.
13,500 ped., Mr. et IPw&J—Qfr. sestate.) (c. *.)

Radix elongate, simplex v. divisa. Folia radicalia petiolo baai vaginante gracili,
limbo 2-$-pollicari, l|-2 poll, lato, segmentis pinnulisve -| polJ. latis late obov&tis
cuneatisve, varie grosse lobatis, lobulis obtusis mucronatisve. Scapus foliis eeqai-
longus, plerranque nudus. Racer/ius 1-2-pollicarifi. Bractees magnffi, pedicdlis lon-
•giores breviorcsve. Ilores pollicares, ob alam latam petalormn latiores quam in con-
generibus. Sepala late ovata. Petala lata, subacuta, dorso apice late alata. Siliqua
immatara stylo bfevior,

• The large broad leaflets of this plant resemble those of C. Mmcludtiana and C,
paoni&folia. The flowers are the largest of any species known to us. Oar speci-
mens are not very good, and the species may possibly be more properly referable to
the section including (7. vutcEfolw..

11.  C. Govaniana (Wall. Tent. PL Nep. 55) • radice crassa bi-
tricipite, foliis radicalibus plurirais longe petiolatis decomposite pinna-
tisectis gLiticis segmentis cuncato-lanceolatis acutis, scapo nudo v. pau-
cifoliato, racemo dense multilloro, floribus bractcis foliaceia obcuneatis
laceris occlusis.— Wall Cat. 1431 ! a»toyle> III 09. 1. 15./.
HAB. In Himalaya occidental* temperata, alt, 8-12,000 ped. :
maon, Govant ad Kasjmjir !— (FL lun.) (0. v.)
Eerla robosta, palmari*^. bipedalia, erectns, carnosus, crassus, glaucns. Radix
fusiformis, crassitie pollicis, apice vaginis subrigidis nitidis foliorom vetastorom or-
nata. FoUa radicalia scapo sequilonga v. brenora, petiolo elongate^ lamina pinna-
tim decomposita, in pinnulas plorimas lobatas latitudine varies sccta. Scopus cras-
sus, aphyllus, v. basi sou medio 1-2-foliatns, foliis interdum oppositis. Racemus^ 3-6-
polh'caris. Brartece glaiicBe, foliaceai, late cirneatrc v. cuneato-laaceolatas, apice la-
certD v. varie sectte. fcdicetti bracteis breviores. Floret pollicares, lutei; Calcar
curvran, fiore longius. Petala, exteriora cucullata. Sepaia squamtcformia. Sili^tut,
imraatura obovato- v, lineari-lanceolata v. eUiptica, stylo loiigior, |-f -pollicaris. Se*
m&a splendeutia, arillo parvo lobato.
A handsome species, very variable in stature and in the size of all its parts, espe-
cially of the bracts ; it has been compared with the Siberian C. nobtiia and C. brae-
fcaict, from the former of which it differs in the flowering stem being more of a
scape, with no cauline leaves, or few and small ones, and in the winged outer petals
and narrower spur. 0. Iracleata, again, belongs to the same section as C. ru&e-
folia, and has 110 near affinity with this.
12.  C. Tibetica (H,f. et T.) ; humilis, glauca, carnosula, foliis
plurimis decomposite piunatiscctis, petiolo subscarioso vaginante, pinpis
petiolulatis varie sectis, pinnulis acutis obtusisve, scapo rarissime divfea
1-phyUo, racemo terminali 3-5-fioro, bracteis integns lobatis pinttati-
fidisve, calcaro subrecto flore sequilongo, petalis exterioribus apice cu-
cullatis acutis carinatis alatisvo.
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